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Adamant that Canadian views on same-sex marriage shouldn't be allowed to define American law, a New York county is appealing a recent landmark U.S. court ruling that forces the border state to fully recognize gay couples wed in Canada.
In a unanimous Feb. 1 decision that drew attention across the U.S. for its precedent-setting potential, a New York appeals court ordered the Monroe County Community College in Rochester to grant full spousal benefits to two women legally married in Canada in 2004.
The victory for college employee Patricia Martinez and her partner Lisa Golden was hailed by gay-rights advocates as a major breakthrough in the fight for marriage equality. But it has sharply divided Republicans and Democrats in New York and beyond, fuelling a nationwide debate over same-sex marriage heading into this year's presidential election campaign.
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